Denmark has not yet received an updated plan from the developer of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline from Russia to Germany on the schedule for laying the remaining kilometers of the link in Danish waters, the Danish Energy Agency said July 10. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now The Gazprom-owned Nord Stream 2 operating company cannot proceed with pipelaying until it has informed the agency of its schedule. Just 160 km (99 miles) of Nord Stream 2 is left to lay in Danish waters out of the total 2,460-km length. “The DEA has not received an updated schedule yet,” an agency spokesman said. The condition in the Danish permit relating to the schedule […]